This charming amulet comprises a miniature golden Tibetan Prayer Wheel and 2 mini Wu Lou attached to a ring to form a key chain. The handheld Prayer Wheel has the well-known Buddhist invocation for unlimited compassion, the OM MANI PADME HUM mantra inscribed on the cylinder, and even comes complete with a cute little nut-shaped weight.
The Tibetan Prayer Wheel is a powerful spiritual antidote to war, suffering, and negativity. Found all over Tibet and in areas influenced by Tibetan culture, the use of a Tibetan Prayer Wheel is an ancient and mystical practice that has long been popular with Buddhists for its ability to bless the environment, spread spiritual blessings and well-being, transform bad luck to good luck, promote healing, increase compassion, and assist practitioners on their journeys to enlightenment. Wearing a pendant prayer wheel is a wonderful way to bring the energy and positive benefits of the prayer wheel wherever you may be. Quoting Lama Zopa, Rinpoche, “Just touching and turning a prayer wheel brings incredible purification and accumulates unbelievable merit.”
The Wu Lou (also known as Hulu, Calabash, or Chinese Gourd), often associated with Sau, the God of Longevity, is a well-known symbol of good health and longevity. It is said to contain the nectar of immortality and has the power to absorb the sickness energy, storing it in its endless bottom in order not to let the sickness chi hurt you. Many generations of Chinese invite this special gourd into their homes not only for longevity and good health but also to ward off bad chi and promote good fortune.
Keep the Tibetan Prayer Wheel with Double Wu Lou Amulet with you all the time to attract greater abundance and to overcome troubles, illnesses, and misfortunes, especially when afflicted stars fly into your animal sign direction. This way, the special amulet can work as a Feng Shui lucky charm and protect you not only while you are in your house or at work but also the rest of the time and wherever you go- a reminder of the silent prayers woven into our daily activities.